Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)JC29/5/1/1-73
TitleA correspondence
Extent73 items
DescriptionIncluding /2-4 Letter from the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company relating to Admiralty tender, with copy letter sent by the company to the Admiralty, Mar; /5 Letter from Abel J. Abel requesting financial assistance for publication and distribution of his verse, Mar; /6 Letter from A. Allison relating to Labuan affairs, Apr; /7-8 Letter from C. Askin requesting interview, Apr; /9-10 Letter from the Aylsham Habitation of the Primrose League containing resolution relating to British affairs in Persian Gulf, Apr; /11-15 Letter from A. Alder inquiring whether any of his fish-castings should be presented to Birmingham Museum, with printed illustrations of specimens and press cutting, Apr; /16-17 Letter from Mr Arnott relating to his intention to emigrate to the Transvaal, May; /18-19 Letter from Tempest Anderson relating to volcanic eruptions in St. Vincent, May; /20-21 Letter from W. H. Ablett relating to the Museum of Trade Patterns, with extract from 'The Draper', May; /22-24 Letter from Myra Browne [Sec, Astral Club] inviting Joseph and Mary Chamberlain to a reception at the Club, with printed particulars of the Club, May; /25 Letter from R. T. Attwell relating to meat scheme, May; /26-28 Letter from W. Anderson relating to article about Joseph Chamberlain, with press cutting from 'The Hull Daily News', May; /29-32 Correspondence with Dr J. J. Acworth relating to photographic trade, with calling-card, Jun; /33-35 Correspondence with James Aitken relating to request for interview on behalf of client of Mr Aitken, Jun-Jul; /36-37 Correspondence from W. H. Adair relating to Irish education system, Jun.; /38-39 Correspondence with J. D. Allatt relating to request for recommendation to the War Office, Jun; /40-43 Correspondence with John Ayling relating to request by T. and A. Constable and Co. to become printers of the King, with calling-card, Jun-Jul; /44-46 Correspondence with G. Andrew relating to Liberal Unionist educational policies, Jun-Jul; /56 Letter from Samuel Arthur relating to Tyneside industries and tariff reform, Jul; /57-59 Letter from E. W. Arthy [Sec, Protestant Board of School Commissioners, Montreal] relating to Empire Day school concert, with programme, Jul; /60-61, /65-66 Correspondence from Prof. G. M. Asher requesting financial reward for services against the Boers, with pamphlet by Prof. Asher, Jul-Aug; /67-68 Letter from Mr Auldjore relating to commercial practices of Herbert Gladstone, Aug; /70-71 Letter from Lord Aldenham relating to tariff reform, Aug
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